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Nvidia GeForce Game Ready driver 419.67 WHQL delivers Battlefield V: Firestorm optimizations

Shadow of the Tomb Raider just received an RTX-related update. (Source: Nvidia)
Shadow of the Tomb Raider just received an RTX-related update. (Source: Nvidia)
Nvidia has announced the availability of the GeForce Game Ready 419.67 WHQL drivers that bring optimizations to several games, including Battlefield V’s new battle royale mode, Firestorm. Gamers can download the latest drivers through the GeForce Experience application or directly from the company’s website.

The new Nvidia GeForce Game Ready 419.67 WHQL drivers contain a number of game optimizations, enhancements, and fixes. Among the highlights are optimizations for the latest entry into the battle royale genre: Battlefield V Firestorm.

Other games receiving some special treatment from Nvidia include Shadow of the Tomb Raider (DLSS and DXR ray-tracing optimizations) and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. In addition, two new monitors are receiving G-Sync driver support. The ASUS VG278QR and the ASUS VG258 gaming monitors join a select group that now numbers just 17 devices that have been given Nvidia’s G-Sync Compatible validation.

The drivers also bring support for Nvidia Surround mode, which means users can utilize three G-Sync Compatible monitors for an enhanced gaming experience. The software package also includes bug fixes for Apex Legends, Far Cry: New Dawn, and Ghost Con: Wildlands.

Supported products run from the GeForce 600 series, through the RTX 20 series, and right up to the Nvidia Titan series. You can download the GeForce Game Ready 419.67 WHQL drivers here.

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Daniel R Deakin, 2019-03-26 (Update: 2019-03-26)
Daniel R Deakin
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